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Top 10 USB Thumb Drive Tricks

Top 10 USB Thumb Drive Tricks
SExpand What can you do with a few gigabytes and a USB port? Quite a lot, with the right software. Learn how to encrypt your work, run whole systems, rescue Windows, and customize your thumb drive with these USB-geared tricks. Photo by Debs (ò‿ó)♪. Note: Gina previously rounded up 10 thumb drive tricks in April 2007, and we've borrowed a few of those ideas here.

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